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February 28, 1997

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 28- March 6, 1997 - 23 CHEER seeks meal delivery volunteers Sussex County Senior Services, Mary Ellen Hearn, volunteer Inc. (CHEER) has opened "The Year to Volunteer" with a call for volunteers to deliver meals to homebound seniors. Arlene S. Lit- tleton, CHEER executive director, said CHEER has joined a national campaign on volunteerism spon- sored by the Project Meal Founda- tion and the Reynolds Metals Company, makers of Reynolds Aluminum Foil. "We really hope to increase community involve- ment this year," said Littleton. CHEER volunteers deliver 450 hot meals daily to seniors in need. Nationally, the total is more than 100 million meals delivered daily. coordinator at CHEER headquar- ters in Georgetown, said volun- teers are needed throughout the county. "It involves only a couple of afternoon hours a week...deliv- ering meals to older people who are unable to visit a CHEER cen- ter for meals," said Hearn. "Everyone with reliable trans- portation is welcome. It's a re- warding way to spend a couple of hours, and our clients are very grateful to receive the meals. Many of our volunteers team up with a friend to share deliveries." To volunteer or to obtain more information, contact 855-5187. Dennis Fomey photo Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary donates to Boy Scouts Craig Karsnitz, chairman of the Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club's 43rd Annual Ham and Oys- ter Dinner held February 1, presented representatives of Lewes Boy Scout Troop 1 with a check for $325 in recognition of the scouts' help during this year's event. Karsnitz 0eft) is shown with Troop 1 representatives (l-r) Erie Boving, assistant scoutmaster;, Donna Martin, troop treasurer;, and Wayne Keller Sr., scoutmaster. This year's project generated several thousand dollars to aid the community service projects of Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary. Lily sales will benefit Easter Seals programs The Easter Seal Employment and Community Services Program will be offering Easter lilies for sale beginning Monday, March 24 at their facility in Millsboro. Large orders for church and per- sonal use should be placed by Sat- urday, March 15. The cost re- mains $6 for a plant with 3-5 blooms. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Employment and Community Service Program which provides job coaching for people with disabilities. The facil- ity is located at 213 W. DuPont Street, just north of the Route 24 intersection. For more informa- tion call Lisa Collins at 934-9801. ,Office Residential - Associate " "Home Team Spirit Associate Shirley Bennett, Linda Davis, Bob:Howard. Mick Kauffman. Jr., :a r Mch el .Re, Pat Renault. and Irene Fillman ..... DIRECTORS :----&'- C Lin ok, AustiwChyton; Melanie Fair, Bill Vernon, andWalt :. non " Sundm/ Brun00 Buffet 100ra.m. - 2 p.m. Join us in Victoria's Restaurant for our Fabulous Sunday Brunch, a celebration of fine fOods and courteous senoice, Where Ohbj 5thing We Overloo is the Ocean! Sunday Brunch Includes: Complete Omelet Station with assorted toppings Carving Station Belgian Waffle Station with assorted toppings Full Raw Bar with Farm Raised Oysters, Shrimp, & Blue Crab Claws Quiche Eggs Fresh, Seasonal Fruit Displays Chicken Entrees Beef En trees Fresh Seafood Bacon & Sausage Warm Rolls & Muffins Fresh Garden Vegetables Cold Salads Dessert Table featuring a variety of homemade desserts! ...and morel... Adults, $18.95; Children 5-12, $7.95; Children under 5, $3.95 Holiday Brunch Prices May Differ Reservations Suggested, 227-0615